When you get married you have lots of different and unique choices as to how you tie the knot. From the clothes you wear to the venue you choose to get married in; the decisions are endless.
One consistent, however, is the fact that your ceremony needs to meet some legal requirements. The English Marriage laws state that wedding ceremonies must be held in a licenced location. The Home Office rules state that a suitable roofed structure must be licensed by the relevant County Registrar and approved by the Fire Officer. To hold your ceremony outside at Delamere Manor you can use one of our four outdoor licenced ceremony spaces. Here a registrar will conduct the ceremony for you, to ensure it meets the legal requirements.
You do have other options for your ceremony too. We often have brides and grooms who marry in church and then have their celebration at Delemere Manor. Technically, you can also have a celebratory ceremony anywhere you choose. In the middle of a field if you so wish. However, this type of ceremony is not legally recognised and you would need to attend a short legal ceremony at a registry office first.
When you choose to marry at Delamere Manor we will do our utmost to help you achieve the wedding day you have always dreamt of. We offer lots of advice on many different suppliers and when it comes to arranging your ceremony, we can certainly recommend using www.registryofficesnearme.com. Here, you will find an extensive list of registry offices in your area to help you plan the essential part of your ceremony, including searching for the perfect Cheshire registrar to conduct your outdoor ceremony at Delamere Manor.